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Adrian Furnham

Adrian Furnham

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Adrian Furnham is a professor at the Norwegian Business School and the author of 95 books, including Psychology 101: The 101 Ideas, Concepts and Theories that Have Shaped Our World.

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  1. Requiem for the Stiff Upper Lip
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    Requiem for the Stiff Upper Lip

    Apr 17, 2021 Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham wonder if Prince Philip's signature stoicism still has a place in contemporary society.

  2. Inside the Mind of the Mass Shooter
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    Inside the Mind of the Mass Shooter

    Oct 3, 2017 Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham try to divine the motives of the gunman who cut down hundreds in Las Vegas last weekend.

  3. Can We Have Too Much Sex?
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    Can We Have Too Much Sex?

    Sep 15, 2017 Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham point to new psychological research indicating that more often can be too much.

  4. The Snap Election Trap
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    The Snap Election Trap

    Jun 9, 2017 Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham invoke a psychological theory that could have predicted Theresa May's resounding defeat.

  5. Terror and the Ballot Box
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    Terror and the Ballot Box

    Jun 6, 2017 Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham highlight research showing that the threat of future attacks can indeed sway voters.

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    Let the WTO Referee Carbon Border Taxes

    Jeffrey Frankel shows how a revived World Trade Organization can play a central role in combating climate change.
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    Elon Musk’s Not-so-Hidden Agenda

    Jason Stanley thinks the mogul's takeover of Twitter reflects his interest in destroying all democratic information spaces.
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    Saadia Zahidi on government spending, debt distress, the Iran protests, and more

    Saadia Zahidi argues that social-safety nets must be customized and targeted to ensure efficiency, advocates a more responsible approach to deficit reduction and fiscal consolidation, describes the complex recipe for helping countries reap the benefits of greater female labor-force participation, and more.
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    The Birth of a New International Order

    Joschka Fischer sees global great-power relations taking shape around a Sino-American dominated pentarchy.
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    The World Cup Syndrome

    Raj Persaud reflects on the effects that loving the “beautiful game” can have on one’s health and finances.
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    Rebooting the World Bank

    Suma Chakrabarti & Chris Humphrey outline key reforms that could help the institution regain the trust of developing countries.
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    No Easy Exit from Zero-COVID

    S. Alex Yang & Angela Huyue Zhang propose a strategy for loosening China's pandemic restrictions without triggering a nationwide health crisis.
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    Faking It, Making It, Losing It

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    The spectacular rise and fall of FTX and its founder Sam Bankman-Fried were driven by effective marketing, trickery, and financial speculation. In that, they bear a striking resemblance to the disastrous eighteenth-century experiment that fueled the Mississippi Company bubble and created the template for all future Ponzi schemes.

    draws parallels between the FTX collapse and economist John Law’s infamous eighteenth-century scheme in France.
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    The Regulators’ Revolt

    Howard Davies traces the rise and fall of the UK government's recent effort to wield the power to rewrite financial rules.

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